Distributor Avenir gets T-Mobile back

Written by: Michael Garwood
Distributor Avenir gets T-Mobile back

Airtime distributor to follow Mainline and Midland and start selling T-Mobile alongside its Orange contract, a result of the Everything Everywhere joint venture

Avenir Telecom will again sell T-Mobile airtime, two years after the deal between the pair was terminated.

Mobile News understands Avenir has been handed an Everything Everywhere licence and the ability to resell T-Mobile airtime, as Orange solus distributors Mainline and Midland were in September.

Avenir refused to comment. However sources claim the distributor will be selling T-Mobile by March.

Avenir sells O2 and Orange airtime at present.

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